The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

But there would have to be a process that was fair, that was fully compliant with the right to be heard, and that comported to a set of principled -- I won't say laws, but rules, which themselves were bounded in respect for all the elements that you would want to see, privacy, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, everything. I don't believe that there would be anything that we would suggest that you would not find entirely compatible with your concerns of fairness, although whether it goes quite as far as your First Amendment is different, but that's a UK position rather than --

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